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    Entrapment – Everything You Need to Know

    Posted on August 25, 2016 by

    Entrapment – Everything You Need to Know
    When it comes to catching a criminal in the act, the lengths to which law enforcement may legally go might surprise you. Everyone is familiar with undercover cops and so-called decoys, but how far can governmental forces legitimately go without stepping out of bounds? If they've resorted to trickery... read more

    Am I a Fugitive From Justice?

    Posted on August 16, 2016 by

    Am I a Fugitive From Justice?
    In Las Vegas, the lights are bright, the clubs are dim and the streets are thronged with people. Could there be a better place to melt into the scenery? Not if you're a fugitive from justice (NRS 202.005). If you happen to be one and think of Nevada as the perfect hideaway, you might want to think a... read more

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    Filing a False Police Report

    Posted on August 10, 2016 by

    Filing a False Police Report
    When an Illinois nanny claimed for the record that two armed men had tried to hijack her car in the midst of an ongoing manhunt, she wanted nothing more than attention from the family that employed her. Instead, she got something she never expected: a response team including three helicopters, 11 K-... read more

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    Destroying Evidence Charges

    Posted on August 8, 2016 by

    Destroying Evidence Charges
    Have you recently been involved in destroying evidence (NRS 199.220)? That could be altering, erasing, concealing, deleting, obliterating or otherwise destroying a record, book, written document or other seemingly innocuous instrument or object. If that item happened to be one that could potentia... read more

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    What Is Civil Disobedience?

    Posted on August 3, 2016 by

    What Is Civil Disobedience?
    Can workers planning a peaceful demonstration find themselves forced instead into an act of civil disobedience? In cases where legislators, officials or local laws prohibit a group from openly exercising its right to freedom of speech, the answer is often "yes." Just ask the hundreds of members of N... read more

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    What Is Witness Tampering?

    Posted on July 27, 2016 by

    What Is Witness Tampering?
    If you should come under investigation for having committed a serious crime, your thoughts will naturally revolve around doing anything you can to tilt the odds in your favor. If your efforts in this regard include a bit of witness tampering (NRS 199.230 - NRS 199.250), however, you won't be doing y... read more

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    First Things to Do After a Auto Accident

    Posted on July 26, 2016 by

    First Things to Do After a Auto Accident
    The first few minutes following a car accident are sure to be filled with confusion. In the heat of the moment, it's easy to do and say things that can hurt you in the end while forgetting to complete the necessary tasks that anyone who wants to cover the bases must remember to do. If you should fin... read more

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    Flight Risk and How It’s Determined

    Posted on July 14, 2016 by

    Flight Risk and How It’s Determined
    There are many things you might want to be in life, but when you’re facing criminal charges, a flight risk isn't one of them. Once you've been arrested, though, the degree to which you meet that designation will determine the amount of your bail or even whether you’ll be getting out of jail at a... read more

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    Are Personal Injury Claims Taxable?

    Posted on June 19, 2016 by

    Are Personal Injury Claims Taxable?
    If you have suffered a personal injury due to someone else's negligence, you are probably considering the impact on your finances. You may already have fought for and won a fair amount of compensation. The facts of your case will determine how much of this money remains in your hands. Part of yo... read more

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    Can Police Track My Phone Location?

    Posted on June 6, 2016 by

    Can Police Track My Phone Location?
    On May 31, 2016, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals gave law enforcement a power it's sought for years. Thanks to this breakthrough ruling, detectives who want to track your cellphone's location will no longer require a warrant to do it. This win for the crime fighters delivers a solid punch in t... read more

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